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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/3/19: Big Bats in Binghamton

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Catch up on all the Mets prospects in yesterday’s minor league action!

Chris McShane

*All results from games played on May 2, 2019

Triple-A - Syracuse Mets (17-10)

LEHIGH VALLEY 4, SYRACUSE 2 (BOX)

The Mets jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the third inning, with Dilson Herrera scored on an error and Rymer Liriano chased home a run on a sacrifice fly. The Mets offense would fall silent after that, and the Syracuse pitching staff could not hold the rather slim lead.

Starter Hector Santiago gave the runs back in the third and fourth innings, and the bullpen proved ineffective behind him. Jacob Rhame gave up the final two runs of the game, both of which coming on a Gift Ngoepe home run.

ROSTER ALERT: LHP Sean Burnett assigned to Syracuse Mets.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (13-8)

BINGHAMTON 10, PORTLAND 1 (BOX)

Kevin Kaczmarski had a day to remember, driving in half of Binghamton’s runs in their route of the Sea Dogs. He started off hot, hitting a three run home run to open the scoring in the top of the second, and he put a cherry on top of the game with a two run double in the ninth. RBIs by Braxton Lee, and Patrick Mazeika, as well a wild pitch that chased Will Toffey home, rounded out the scoring for the Rumble Ponies.

Anthony Kay had a solid start, throwing 5.1 innings of two-hit ball, and the bullpen cruised (save for a blemish in the bottom of the sixth), to give Binghamton their 13th win of the campaign.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (14-12)

CANCELLED: RAIN (SCHEDULE)

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (8-18)

DELMARVA 1, COLUMBIA 0 (BOX)

Columbia’s rough season rolled on, as they lost a tough one to Delmarva. The bats simply could not get going, as they scattered five hits (and seven base runners) over nine innings. They had their chances, leaving six men on base, but they simply could not come up with the key hit.

The pitching gave them more than they could have asked for, with the trio of Jose Butto, Billy Oxford, and Chris Viall surrendering just seven hits (nine base runners). The only blemish on their card was a home run served up by Billy Oxford in the seventh inning.

Star of the Night

Kevin Kaczmarski

Goat of the Night

Columbia’s offense